Lanzarote is a geopark named by Unesco since 2015, as this island meets all the requirements. It has extraordinary beaches of golden sand and black volcanic rock. Its views and landscapes are fascinating, its natural pools and excellent trails for trekking, cycling…In addition to beautiful coves for surfing and diving, not to mention a large number of restaurants and accommodations. Although long associated with group tourism, Lanzarote now attracts an increasing number of individual travelers.
The main tourist centers are located on the south coast. To the northeast lie the beautifully surreal and volcanic lands of Timanfaya National Park and the island’s wine region. Among the wildest stretches in the north, surfing flourishes on the well-known Famara beach. The old capital Teguise surprises. The municipality of Haría will surprise you with its history. It is also highly recommended to visit the island of Graciosa (called by some as the eighth island of the Canary Islands).
Lanzarote is just one of several islands that make up the Canary Islands. Constant ferries and inter-island flights link the seven islands of the archipelago, which means you can easily see and experience all that La Gomera, Gran Canaria, La Palma, Tenerife, Fuerteventura and El Hierro have to offer!
If you’re looking for an idyllic yet stunning destination, Lanzarote is the place for you.
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